ES2264372B1 - Safety strip, security paper that includes such strip and security document and ticket that incorporate such paper. - Google Patents

Safety strip, security paper that includes such strip and security document and ticket that incorporate such paper. Download PDF

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ES2264372B1
ES2264372B1 ES200500563A ES200500563A ES2264372B1 ES 2264372 B1 ES2264372 B1 ES 2264372B1 ES 200500563 A ES200500563 A ES 200500563A ES 200500563 A ES200500563 A ES 200500563A ES 2264372 B1 ES2264372 B1 ES 2264372B1
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Javier Baraja Carracedo
Maria Jesus Gomez Estella
Antonio Olmos Ruiz
Juan Antonio Rubio Sanz
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D21PAPER-MAKING; PRODUCTION OF CELLULOSE
    • D21HPULP COMPOSITIONS; PREPARATION THEREOF NOT COVERED BY SUBCLASSES D21C OR D21D; IMPREGNATING OR COATING OF PAPER; TREATMENT OF FINISHED PAPER NOT COVERED BY CLASS B31 OR SUBCLASS D21G; PAPER NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D21H21/00Non-fibrous material added to the pulp, characterised by its function, form or properties; Paper-impregnating or coating material, characterised by its function, form or properties
    • D21H21/14Non-fibrous material added to the pulp, characterised by its function, form or properties; Paper-impregnating or coating material, characterised by its function, form or properties characterised by function or properties in or on the paper
    • D21H21/40Agents facilitating proof of genuineness or preventing fraudulent alteration, e.g. for security paper
    • D21H21/42Ribbons or strips
    • B42D15/10
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B42BOOKBINDING; ALBUMS; FILES; SPECIAL PRINTED MATTER
    • B42DBOOKS; BOOK COVERS; LOOSE LEAVES; PRINTED MATTER CHARACTERISED BY IDENTIFICATION OR SECURITY FEATURES; PRINTED MATTER OF SPECIAL FORMAT OR STYLE NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; DEVICES FOR USE THEREWITH AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; MOVABLE-STRIP WRITING OR READING APPARATUS
    • B42D25/00Information-bearing cards or sheet-like structures characterised by identification or security features; Manufacture thereof
    • B42D25/30Identification or security features, e.g. for preventing forgery
    • B42D25/355Security threads
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D21PAPER-MAKING; PRODUCTION OF CELLULOSE
    • D21HPULP COMPOSITIONS; PREPARATION THEREOF NOT COVERED BY SUBCLASSES D21C OR D21D; IMPREGNATING OR COATING OF PAPER; TREATMENT OF FINISHED PAPER NOT COVERED BY CLASS B31 OR SUBCLASS D21G; PAPER NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D21H21/00Non-fibrous material added to the pulp, characterised by its function, form or properties; Paper-impregnating or coating material, characterised by its function, form or properties
    • D21H21/14Non-fibrous material added to the pulp, characterised by its function, form or properties; Paper-impregnating or coating material, characterised by its function, form or properties characterised by function or properties in or on the paper
    • D21H21/40Agents facilitating proof of genuineness or preventing fraudulent alteration, e.g. for security paper
    • D21H21/44Latent security elements, i.e. detectable or becoming apparent only by use of special verification or tampering devices or methods
    • D21H21/48Elements suited for physical verification, e.g. by irradiation

Abstract

Security strip, security paper that incorporates said strip and security document and ticket incorporating said paper. Security strip (1) and security paper (8) for obtaining security documents such as legal tender notes (9), heels or identification documents, comprising a cellulosic support band (2) that is completely embedded in a substrate (3) of paper mass. Being both the substrate (3) and the support band (2) formed by plant fibers (4), a series of physical-chemical bonds are established between the fibers (4), thus leaving the support band ( 2) perfectly integrated in the mass of paper. The cellulosic support band (2) will sometimes present a series of safety elements, such as pigments (5), synthetic elements (6) and / or security fibers (7) of those normally used in this type of application.

Description

Security strip, security paper that incorporates said strip and security document and ticket that incorporate said paper.

Object of the invention

The present invention relates to a role of security for the manufacture of valuable documents (banknotes bank, heels, etc.) or identification documents (passports, driving licenses, etc.), as well as to the strip of security that, included in that role, hinders the counterfeit of it.

The security paper object of this invention it comprises a substrate, which consists of a mass of paper, in which a series of cellulosic supports are embedded that in turn can Contain a variety of security features.

Background of the invention

The attempted falsification of documents of value, especially tickets, is such a fraudulent activity Ancient as the very existence of such documents.

Included under the concept of element of security are understood all those elements that contribute to the authentication of the document in question or hinder the as far as possible forgery. These elements of security basically consist of a particular coating in the surface of the substrate either in an element comprised or applied to the surface of the substrate.

The use of processes is known printing specials that provide security documents with a touch perceptible relief, just like the one incorporated in some elements of the current bills of different denominations of euros. These touch marks also meet the purpose of helping blind people to identify said documents

In contrast to the previous method, it is also known the incorporation of security marks formed through holes, brands that present, like the previous ones, the advantage of being easily verifiable without using A special team. Document ES 2 145 486 T3 describes a method to make marks of this type using laser light, method a from which holes are obtained that have such a diameter that are invisible when you look at them in reflection while they are visible to the naked eye when viewed in transmission, it is say, when you look through them in front of a source of light.

Security documents, especially those banknotes, frequently incorporate devices optically variable such as security threads, holograms, interference layer elements or liquid crystal materials that offer different color effects depending on the angle of vision, making photocopying falsely difficult of the document.

A common security element is the incorporation into the value documents of the so-called brands of water, representing a figure or set of characters only Appreciable when looking at the document in backlight. The manufacture of papers incorporating these types of brands are made in machines to make paper with perforated cylindrical drum, with which elevations or areas impervious to water on the surface of said drum cause the reduction of the deposit of the fibers and therefore the sheet of paper thus manufactured presents locally different thicknesses.

Regarding the incorporation of holograms in Security documents, the usual method consists of manufacture the so-called main holograms and from them embed the holograms required by copy in the matrices of pressing, thus obtaining large amounts of holograms. The Inlaid holograms are normally manufactured as elements of multiple layers on a separate carrier, so that they join to the document in question through a layer of material adhesive. This manufacturing method has a deficiency regarding the security of the document, since it is possible to remove the document hologram by heating the adhesive material and therefore transfer said hologram to a false document, hitting him.

EP 0 338 378 B1 describes a process  of security document manufacturing including holograms which solves the previous problem, because in this case the hologram is embedded directly on the constituent material of the document, printing the paper first on both sides and subsequently providing said paper with a holographic structure in certain areas. The process consists of transferring simultaneously to the constituent role of the security document both the lacquer for drawing and the relief structure of the hologram, covering the surface structure of the matrix of the Press with a curable lacquer. Once the matrix and the paper are put in contact the lacquer is adhered, after curing, to the paper surface, presenting a holographic structure in relief. Subsequently a thin layer is applied under vacuum metallized that allows observation by reflection of the holographic information. The inconvenience of this process of manufacturing lies in the need to cure lacquer by electron radiation, curing that is complex, harmful for paper and that implies high costs.

In view of the above the objective of the The present invention is to develop a constitutive role of security documents that allow the incorporation of various security elements that cannot be easily detached from such documents and that largely prevent their falsification, it is also desirable that the paper obtained has surfaces  homogeneous and be stable for all purposes.

Description of the invention

The invention consists of a safety strip comprising a cellulosic support band formed by fibers vegetables.

Vegetable fibers that can be used for the manufacture of said support band come from the wood or fibers that come directly from the plants and are extracted from the trunk, branches, bark, roots, leaves, stems, etc. Cotton, flax, hemp and jute are some of these cellulose producing plants, although the  possibility of obtaining the fibers of many other plants or even of cereal straw. Once the fibers are obtained vegetables a continuous band of variable dimensions is manufactured in function of your final application, although in most cases present a basically rectangular section of small dimensions. The type of paper that makes up this support band Cellulosic is a special paper of weight (up to 80 g / m2) and reduced thickness suitable for this application.

The security strip object of this invention it comprises at least one cellulosic support band as it has been described above, although you can incorporate said strip of security other elements, such as security elements normally used in this type of application, elements whose purpose is to make counterfeit as much as possible of said security strip. Among the security elements that they can be incorporated in the mentioned strip, and that will be detailed later, the use of safety pigments is contemplated, synthetic elements and security fibers, both so individual as combining elements of different types in a Same security strip.

The object of the invention however is not limited exclusively to the security strip described above It also includes the security paper that contains it. Said security paper comprises a substrate and at least one strip of security.

The substrate consists of a mass of paper that comprises plant fibers of those normally used for manufacture of this type of paper, that is, it is fibers hygroscopic that absorb moisture. The manufacturing process of This substrate is the usual one in obtaining paper, mixing the fibers in the required proportions and forming the paste aqueous that contains plant fibers.

The safety strip, as indicated previously, it comprises at least one cellulosic support band. Said band, obtained independently of the substrate, is introduced in the paper machine where the substrate is being manufactured, specifically at the moment when the sheet is forming wet paper Through an application system electromechanical, consisting of a power system of the specific band for this application, consisting of a set of unwind and a voltage regulator system, so many are introduced cellulosic support bands as desired, either in the formation of  the sheet of paper with a single layer or in the formation of the sheet of paper using two layers of paper that are joined at the stage sheet formation, so that the end result is a single sheet of paper You can enter as many support bands cellulosic as desired, with the bandwidth determined and applying it in the points that are considered appropriate according to the subsequent application to be given to the security paper obtained. It is also possible to introduce the band or bands into the dough of paper according to different orientations, that is, parallel, perpendicular or forming a certain angle to the axis Main sheet of paper being manufactured.

Since they are vegetable fibers, both constitutive of the support band such as the substrate, physical-chemical unions are similar, since the fiber binding mechanism is practically the same regardless of the origin of plant fibers. Being his compatible structure and be treated in addition to hygroscopic fibers, when insert the cellulosic support bands into the substrate of mass of paper in formation, the cellulosic support is absorbed by affinity within the fiber sheet with water and already within that breast (wet sheet of paper) loses its initial dryness, passing its own cellulosic fibers to combine and form joints physicochemical with the rest of the fibers of the leaf In training. These unions are in turn reinforced by the effects of the bonding agents that are incorporated into the process of manufacturing the substrate, either said mass incorporation or on the surface The usual process is continued later sheet forming, with the elements of drainage and pressing commonly used, losing the final sheet gradually the water and going through the drying phase, thus reaching the end of the process and obtaining a homogeneous, stable security role and with its smooth surfaces, that is, the support band cellulosic is not appreciable to the touch since it fits perfectly integrated in the body of the leaf.

According to this method, the band of cellulosic support is embedded in the paper dough substrate, that is, the surfaces of said band are coated completely by the substrate, being able to be the thickness of the layer of mass of paper covering the different band in each of its lower and upper surfaces, so the invention to a centered positioning of said band within the substrate, but it may be displaced higher or inferiorly.

As previously advanced, the safety strip comprising a cellulosic support band It can also comprise a series of security elements. These security elements may be attached to the surfaces of said band or contained within it, supported by the constituent plant fibers of the band of cellulosic support. These elements, which are typical of this type of applications, avoid or hinder as far as possible forgery of documents obtained from of manufactured security paper.

The security elements may consist of the incorporation into the safety pigment support band, synthetic safety elements, security fibers or any other material or product deemed appropriate. The possibility that the same support band incorporates different security elements, belonging or not to the same group of defined according to the previous classification.

The pigments can be integrated into the dough of the band or be part of an ink with which they are printed characters (alphanumeric, symbols, figures, points, codes bars, etc.) on the surface of the band, considering also the possibility that the same band understands pigments integrated in its mass as well as characters printed on its surface. Thus, pigments normally used in the coloring of the paper, in the manufacture of inks and all those that are used with some added security feature like they are fluorescent, phosphorescent, luminescent, heat sensitive, magnetic, expandable, etc.

The incorporation of synthetic elements in the Support band as security element offers multiple possibilities, since pigments can be included in these elements as described above that confer on the element itself color characteristics, fluorescence, phosphorescence, luminescence, thermosensitivity, magnetism, expandability, etc. Under the generic name of synthetic elements are included spheres, fibrils and in general bodies of any shape, regular or irregular, which may sometimes contain pigments of security. The possibility of a single band of cellulosic support comprises synthetic elements of different types (for example spheres and fibrils), both alone and in combination with security pigments in the mass of the band or printed on its surface, as previously described.

Among the possible security fibers included in the support band, in addition to the synthetic ones with pigmentation that fall within the description of the paragraph above, metallic fibers and / or with characteristics of magnetism, of different geometry and measurements. To the as in the previous cases, the incorporation of fibers of security of any of these types can be accompanied by the inclusion of pigments and / or synthetic safety elements.

The invention also contemplates the document of security comprising the security role described previously. The security document is obtained from said paper, cutting it according to the desired dimensions for the document in question and printing on it the characters and Drawings in question. The security documents that can Obtained from the security paper are classified mainly in value documents (legal tender, heels, checks, etc.) and identification documents (passports, identity documents, etc.), although it is contemplated the possibility that the document in question has any other purpose for which it is considered appropriate to incorporate elements of security that prevent the falsification of it.

One of the specific applications of the invention involves the use of security paper containing the security strip described above for the obtaining legal tender tickets, since such tickets are usually subject to attempted forgery due to value monetary they represent. The ticket thus obtained presents a high degree of security and also has advantages over known bills, for example in the fact that, when the safety strip comprising the security elements completely embedded in the mass of paper, it is impossible to proceed to their separation without this entailing the destruction of the ticket in issue, which hinders its falsification.

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To complement the description that is being performing and in order to help a better understanding of the characteristics of the invention, according to an example preferred practical implementation of it, is accompanied as integral part of that description, a set of drawings where with an illustrative and non-limiting nature, what has been represented next:

Figure 1.- Shows a perspective view of a safety strip according to the invention.

Figure 2.- Shows a perspective view of a sheet of security paper comprising several bands of cellulosic support.

Figure 3.- Shows a detailed view of the cellulosic support band containing safety elements included in the security paper.

Figure 4.- Shows a perspective view of a legal tender according to the invention.

Preferred Embodiment of the Invention

In view of the figures, it can be seen in an exemplary embodiment of the invention, consisting of in a safety strip (1) comprising a support band (2) cellulosic formed by plant fibers (4). Said security strip (1) is applicable in the manufacture of paper intended for obtaining security documents such as tickets (9) from legal course, heels or passports, among others.

In Figure 1 a concrete realization of the safety strip (1) object of this invention. In this case the strip represented comprises elements of security such as security pigments (5) printed on your surface, synthetic safety elements (6) and fibers of safety (7) included in the support band (2) cellulosic

Figure 2 shows a perspective view of a sheet of security paper (8) as obtained after the pass through the rollers that give the paper the smoothness and thickness suitable, before passing through the winder that will wind the paper sheet. The represented paper comprises a substrate (3) consisting of a mass of paper made from fibers vegetables (4), water and other components usually added during the process and several support bands (2) cellulosic completely embedded in said substrate (3), being said bands, as can be seen in the figure, perfectly integrated into the mass of paper. In this specific embodiment they have introduced the support bands (2) perpendicular to the main address of the sheet of paper, considering as main address that according to which the sheet leaves the machine. However, the possibility of having said bands in any other direction, as well as contemplated also the possibility that they do not affect the total width of the sheet if the subsequent application of the paper thus obtained requires

As seen in more detail in the Figure 3, the vegetable fibers (4) included in the substrate (3) of mass of paper and those included in the support strip (2) cellulosic combine with each other and form joints physicochemical among them reinforced by effects of the bonding agents that are incorporated into the process of manufacturing the substrate (3) either said mass incorporation or on the surface, leaving then the substrate (3) and the band of support (2) perfectly attached, so that the support band  (2) is fully integrated into said mass of paper but not It disappears as an independent element. This integration of the support band (2) cellulosic in the paper mass is because the fibers included in both elements are vegetable fibers (4) and therefore its structure is similar, favoring the appearance of joints in the contact area support band (2) substrate (3), in addition, since they are vegetable fibers and therefore hygroscopic, that is, they absorb moisture, the vegetable fibers (4) of both elements tend to swell, releasing the fibers (4) adjacent belonging to the same element (support band (2) or substrate (3) of paper mass) and joining with the fibers (4) adjacent to the other element, thus giving rise to a multitude of new fiber joints (4).

In this case represented in figure 3 the support band (2) cellulosic comprises different elements of security, such as security pigments (5) printed on one of their surfaces, synthetic elements (6) or security fibers (7) of special features for this application. This elements of safety remain in the support band (2) even though it integrates completely into the substrate (3).

Once the sheet of paper has been obtained from security (8) object of this invention is usually proceed to cutting and printing it so that said paper serves as the basis for obtaining security documents of all kinds, both valuable documents as identification documents. In the figure 4 a perspective view of a bill (9) of legal course that includes the security role (8) described previously. As can be seen in this figure, the band of cellulosic support (2) comprising various elements of security is completely embedded inside the paper, being the banknote (9) obtained homogeneously (the security strip (1) is not appreciable to the touch).

The manufacture of banknotes (9) and others documents based on this security paper (8) makes it difficult greatly the possibility of detaching the safety strip (1) to proceed to counterfeiting, also reducing the deterioration of said security strip (1) which, in the event that if it adhered to one of the surfaces of the paper, it would suffer multitude of damages as a result of its direct exposure To the exterior.

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1. Security strip (1) characterized in that it comprises a cellulosic support band (2) formed by vegetable fibers (4).
2. Security strip (1) according to the preceding claim characterized in that the support band (2) comprises safety elements.
3. Security strip (1) according to the preceding claim characterized in that the security elements comprise safety pigments (5).
4. Security strip (1) according to any of claims 2 and 3 characterized in that the security elements comprise synthetic safety elements (6).
5. Security strip (1) according to any of claims 2, 3 and 4 characterized in that the security elements comprise security fibers (7).
6. Security strip (1) according to claim 3 characterized in that the security pigments (5) are selected from pigments used in the coloring of the paper, pigments used in the manufacture of inks and safety pigments with added safety features such as fluorescent pigments, phosphorescent pigments, luminescent pigments, heat sensitive pigments, magnetic pigments or expandable pigments.
7. Security strip (1) according to claim 6 characterized in that the safety pigments (5) are incorporated into the mass of the support band (2).
8. Security strip (1) according to any of claims 6 and 7 characterized in that the security pigments (5) are incorporated in characters that are selected from alphanumeric characters, symbols, figures, dots and bar codes, which are printed on the surface of the support band (2).
9. Security strip (1) according to claim 4 characterized in that the synthetic security elements (6) have any regular or irregular shape.
10. Safety strip (1) according to claims 6 and 9 characterized in that the synthetic safety elements (6) incorporate safety pigments (5).
11. Security strip (1) according to claim 5 characterized in that the security fibers (7) are selected from metallic fibers and magnetic fibers.
12. Security paper (8) characterized in that it comprises:
a substrate (3) consisting of a mass of paper  comprising plant fibers (4); Y
at least one safety strip (1) described in claims 1 to 11, so that the support band (2) cellulose included in said security strip (1) is embedded in said substrate (3), forming the vegetable fibers (4) constitutive of said band unions physicochemical with vegetable fibers (4) included in the substrate (3) and said band remaining perfectly integrated in the mass of paper.
13. Security document characterized in that it comprises the security paper (8) described in claim 12.
14. Legal tender (9) characterized in that it comprises the security paper (8) described in claim 12.
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